Learn How to Take the the Grunt Work out of Log Analysis at Our Next Webinar
Log Analysis Shouldn’t Be Painful
When we announced Loggly Dynamic Field Explorer™ last October, we told you that it would make life a lot easier for developers and DevOps teams troubleshooting operational problems. If you’re starting out with trial-and-error queries every time you need an answer from your logs, you’re wasting valuable time and effort.
Our customers agree: Our survey data shows that more than 90% of customers save at least 20% of their troubleshooting time with Loggly Dynamic Field Explorer, and one-quarter save at least 50% of their time. What are those power users doing to save so much time in their log analyses? We’ll be sharing their secrets in the coming months, starting with a webinar.
Remove the Grunt Work from Log Analysis with Loggly Dynamic Field Explorer™
Wednesday, February 4, 2:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time
Stop Searching in the Dark!
Next Wednesday, February 4, Hector Angulo, Head of Products here at Loggly, will team up with Jonathan Keith of Loggly customer Monex to explore some actual customer use cases for Loggly Dynamic Field Explorer. Monex is an interesting customer, offering web applications for a variety of audiences, including active traders in the United States and about 1.5 million consumer investors in Japan.
Jonathan and his team will outline success stories leveraging Loggly, and Hector will do a live demo to illustrate some other use cases including some key takeaways:
- Search is not always the right tool (and many times not your first tool) for analyzing log data
With Loggly Dynamic Field Explorer, you utilize insights from automatically generated to guide your searches.
- It’s faster to stop guessing and start letting your logs point you to the root of issues
Loggly Dynamic Field Explorer delivers you smart subsets during search so that you don’t have to do a bunch of trial-and-error queries.
- Solve the unknown unknowns
Automated summaries in Loggly Dynamic Field Explorer allow you to find errors that you didn’t know existed.
Sign up today because this will be a great session!
Hoover J. Beaver